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FotE has same GCC-4.1.0 quirk SWR has
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Post is unread #1 Mar 10, 2006, 2:30 pm
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Halcyon
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As with SWR, this fix seems to be harmless to earlier compilers, so it might as well be fixed now.

In comm.c, in function new_descriptor(), find the following:

      set_alarm( 0 );
      return;
   }
   set_alarm( 20 );
   if( ( desc = accept( new_desc, ( struct sockaddr * )&sock, &size ) ) < 0 )
   {
      perror( "New_descriptor: accept" );
/*	sprintf(bugbuf, "[*****] BUG: New_descriptor: accept";);
	log_string_plus( bugbuf, LOG_COMM, sysdata.log_level ); */
      set_alarm( 0 );


Change to:

      set_alarm( 0 );
      return;
   }
   set_alarm( 20 );
   if( ( desc = accept( new_desc, ( struct sockaddr * )&sock,
	   ( signed * )&size ) ) < 0 )
   {
      perror( "New_descriptor: accept" );
/*	sprintf(bugbuf, "[*****] BUG: New_descriptor: accept";);
	log_string_plus( bugbuf, LOG_COMM, sysdata.log_level ); */
      set_alarm( 0 );


And now we're all GCC4 compliant. :D
       
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